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The World of Real Estate

Getting Started Buying or selling a home is tough, no doubt about it. But experts are in your corner. Bryan Sheppard, president and CEO of Tulsa’s...

Home Sweet Home

TheGardening Basics Learning to garden doesn’t have to be impeded by the lack of an experienced friend or family member to help. Gardening classes, clubs...

A Look to the Future

It’s been a tumultuous year for higher education, and students, professors and administrators have felt the heat. We talk to some of Oklahoma’s universities about the last year of virtual learning, ways to drum up motivation for at-home instruction, study tips and lucrative degree programs.

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Covid-19 Updates

Oklahoma

423,023
Total Confirmed Cases
4,320
Total Deaths

via OK State Department of Health 2/26/2021

867
Cases Since 2/25
18
Deaths Since 2/25
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State

All things Oklahoma

Evolving in a Visual World

Careers surrounding graphic design and animation are a necessity in the digital age. Luckily, schools and educational centers in Oklahoma are providing courses to...

Swingin’ Our way

In our current book, Twentieth-Century Honky-Tonk, co-writer Brett Bingham and I devote a good number of pages to the role Tulsa played in the...
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Tomorrow’s Techies Today

Robotics creations from Oklahoma’s children and young adults educate and entertain, and clubs are continuing with a few pandemic restrictions. Every year in Oklahoma,...

Get Mod About It

It started with cocktail parties. “So we could see each other’s homes,” explains Terri Sadler, an early member of what became known as the Okie...

A Step Forward

After former President Donald Trump announced he would hold a campaign rally in Oklahoma on Juneteeth, “everybody’s eyes were on Tulsa,” says Sherry Gamble-Smith,...

A Hidden Legacy

Take yourself back to the last decade of the 19th century, in what would become the state of Oklahoma – which was then divided...

Fostering Preparedness

Cuinton White really needed his 4-H leader beside him as he prepared to deliver a calf, but a virtual experience would have to do. “He...

Let It Fly

Build. Fly. Crash. Repeat.  That’s the motto of model aircraft hobbyists. For many, building and flying a replica airplane – or one that just goes...

A Grape Escape

A glass of wine to relax after a long day, or as a nice complement to a meal, is one of life’s simple luxuries. The...

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England’s Glamorous Art Deco Island Hotel

Step back in time with me. It’s the late ’30s. Mickey Mouse is about to battle an army of brooms carrying water buckets in...

A Happy Heart

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women and people of most...

Centering the Mind

After such a tumultuous year, has there ever been a greater time to learn how to better manage stress? If you listen to local...

A Visit Up North

A new welcome center under construction at the Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve is just one of the reasons a quick getaway trip up...

Alluring Anadarko

.ugb-76f4ec0 > .ugb-inner-block > .ugb-block-content > .ugb-columns__item{grid-template-columns:1.54fr 0.46fr !important} In a state whose very name is a Native American phrase meaning “Red Earth,” one Oklahoma...

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

Sunshine Baking Co.

Baker Savannah Tillman and her crew are up daily before the sun to produce, from scratch, the delectable pastries of Sunshine Baking Co. With...

Bravos Mexican Grill

The guacamole is fresh, the fajitas are sizzling and the service is friendly at Bravos Mexican Grill, a new concept of authentic Mexican cuisine...

Magasin Table

Found in Oklahoma City’s Automobile Alley, Magasin Table is known for its hip and casual vibe, and, more importantly, its Vietnamese cuisine served with...

The Wonder of it All

Twelve years ago, if you’d been invited to visit the skyscraper that housed one of New York’s most powerful Wall Street law firms, you...

Rustic Chophouse

Joe Garrett, the general manager and part owner of Broken Arrow’s swanky new steakhouse, looks every inch a Marine. And he was – deployed...

Off the Beaten Path

Though it has been in business for more than 20 years, Whispering Pines Bed and Breakfast has remained somewhat of a hidden gem, unknown...
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Where & When

great things to do in oklahoma

From Photography to Optical Art

Revisit ongoing exhibitions and explore new showcases at Oklahoma’s numerous museums. In Tulsa, 108 Contemporary presents Facets from Feb. 6-March 21. This stunning show explores...

Everything Nice

Community events run the gamut this month. At Expo Square, those in the market can visit the Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel Show from Feb....

Hoops and Horses

Fans of motorcross are excitedly awaiting the BMX Sooner Nationals on Feb. 12-14 at Tulsa’s Expo Square. This adrenaline-pumping competition offers events for men...

Chamber Music, R&B and Ballet

The month may be short, but it’s teeming with performing arts events to catch in Tulsa and OKC. You can stay warm and cozy at...

The Month of Love

Are things back to normal? Are movies being released on the date they originally claimed? Who knows! I’m writing this in advance and I...

Karate, Crime and Marvel

Happy New Year! Unfortunately, January is the month where movies go to die. It’s cold, everyone is depressed because they’ve already failed their New...